Some Thoughts on MVVM – Part 2

Relational database vendors stepped up to the plate DEC RDB (Relational DataBase, I know, creative) had long since provided SQLMOD. These were source modules you compiled into object form which could then be added to your site specific library and used by any application. This is one of the reasons service oriented architecture was our …

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Some Thoughts on MVVM – Part 1

There is currently a lot of chatter in the IT world involving MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel). While there are merits, there are also drawbacks. One of the biggest drawbacks I’ve noticed is in the tutorials and documentation found on-line. Take a quick look at this article. Below is a quote from it. The key to remember with …

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What is SOA?

Oddly enough, this question came up recently. Actually it came up more in the form of “Can you define SOA for me?” When you work in IT every day and design solutions to problems, not just code, your first reaction is “That’s like asking an auto mechanic to define a half inch wrench.” Later, you …

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2009 Finalist

Logikal Solutions is proud to announce that “The Minimum You Need to Know About Service Oriented Architecture” ISBN-13 978-0-9770866-6-5 has been declared a finalist in the 2009 Eric Hoffer Awards. This award competition is much more general that there is no category for computer related books, they must compete with all other business and reference …

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